Operation British is my first chiptune album. It covers a large range of Gundam themes songs, from the original series to some more recent. For the most part it sticks to the Universal Century shows, with a few alternate universe tunes thrown in. There's a few extra songs to round it out (basically get it over 30 minutes) from other series I enjoyed. It was actually started just after Magfest 5 and slowly worked on in between other projects/life. It's a combination of NES and SNES sounds and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Chiptune, Gundam, videogame music
Hot Dog City is another in-progress game from Ray Fix and Johnathan Godbolt which unfortunately met with the same fate as Zombie Birthday Cake. However, the soundtrack written by NESMETAL was too good to remain unheard, so here it is! Featuring a hot dog as the main character, the game was to be a fun, old-school style sidescroller, and much musical inspiration was taken from Ristar, Popful Mail and especially Sonic the Hedgehog. "The bass lines in the old Sonic soundtracks have always... ( 1 reviews )
From the softer side of Scrap Heap comes this record-settingly short album -- mostly happy synthstrumentals made out of basic waveforms, with the occasional dissonance just to remind you that yes, this is indeed a Scrap Heap album you're listening to. In general, these songs emphasize composition over instrumentation and effects, with complex harmonies and some unusual time signatures. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Synthstrumental, Love, Weird time signatures
A month in 36 minutes: one track for each day of July 2005. Blue T-Shirt cooks up a smorgasbord of electronic styles and moods. Track 5 has barely begun when it dissolves into swathes of reverb; track 12 could be the soundtrack to the world's shortest film; track 10 is a chaotic flurry of filthy drums and slurred synths; the final track is a sprawling slab of ambience weighing in at a lengthy 4:56. But you really need to listen for yourself to pick out your own favourites. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ambient, Electronic, IDM, Eclectic
Compilation of Marlboro commercials including the Marlboro Man, Marlboro Woman, soft pack or box, better makin's, "Get the most from life with a Marlboro," "You get a lot to like in a Marlboro," "Where there's a man there's a Marlboro." Also, a Spanish language commercial shown in "Latin America," commercials aired in Great Britain, and sponsorship of Tombstone Territory and Mike Hammer with actor endorsements. Poor audio and video. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: tobacco, cigarette, television, advertising, filter, gender, male, female, cigarette packaging,...
Utilising the 80s technology of the Nintendo Entertainment System SLiVeR delivers 8 tracks worthy of stellar classification. All 5 channels of the 2A03 are perfectly synchronised in steady rhythm, emitting shimmering sounds and cosmic melodies infused with feeling. All MP3 tracks were recorded using real NES hardware, and there's the option to download in NSF form. Yes, this is NES music. ( 1 reviews )
The title sums up this text quite well. It's basically a list of current major united states TV networks as of today. The Reason I created this peice of text is to create a parody of pretentious art projects and a parody of bad uploads. This list will be very dated in 30 years, which will also give it some value. Please don't review this text until 2020, which is the time I expect this list to be very dated. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Time Capsule, 2008, Time Capsules, TV Networks, Bad Joke, Pointless, Useless, Awful Garbage,...
Solo Piano Recordings of Karl Westerberg, including (so far) works by Brahms, Clementi, Mozart, Satie, Schubert, and Tcherepnin (added 2/9/08). ( 1 reviews ) Topics: classical music, piano, Karl Westerberg
"Zombie Birthday Cake actually started off as a funny thought between two guys (Ray Fix and Johnathan Godbolt) who wanted to make an "old school" sidescrolling action game about zombies - think Resident Evil mixed with the original Castlevania and Ninja Gaiden series. We wanted it to be pretty violent, as action packed as a 2D title could be, and have our friends in it as both main and supporting characters. Sadly though, a year and a half into production, the game went on... ( 1 reviews )
This is the first ever moving picture image of a kiss. It was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. There is a longer Edison film of a kiss, filmed in 1900, that has at times been confused with this one. OTHER TITLES May Irwin kiss / Thomas A. Edison, Inc. ; producer, New York world. CREATED/PUBLISHED United States : Edison Manufacturing Co., 1896. SUMMARY From Maguire & Baucus catalogue: An osculatory performance by May Irwin and John Rice. The most popular subject ever... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: kiss, silent, edison, 1896, irwin, rice